SCOTLAND are heading to their first Rugby World Cup in more than a decade.

Megan Gaffney and Liz Musgrove, of North Berwick, were named in the Scotland squad for the Final Qualification Tournament, which was played in Dubai earlier today (Friday).

Gaffney scored two tries as Scotland dominated Colombia to win 59-3.

The victory means Scotland are the final country to qualify for the tournament, which is being held in New Zealand.

The victory completes a remarkable turnaround for Scotland.

Last September, they were within seconds of going out to Ireland as they trailed 18-13 in Parma.

Chloe Rollie’s last-gasp try levelled the scores and Sarah Law kicked the conversion to wrap up the win.

Gaffney scored two first half tries to put Scotland well on top against Colombia and the pattern of Scottish dominance continued into the second half.

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Ahead of flying out to Dubai, Gaffney described the possibility of reaching the Rugby World Cup as “the culmination of a career”.

She said: “Obviously, I’m nearer the end of my playing time now and it would be just the perfect finish.

“It is something I have been involved in a couple of times and trying to get there.

“We are really aware we have not been at a Rugby World Cup since 2010 and there were not many of the current squad playing at that time.

“We are doing it for everybody that has played during those 12 years and not reached the Rugby World Cup and showing the younger girls what Scotland can do.”

Scotland will face Wales, New Zealand and Australia in the group phase of the Rugby World Cup.